News / Resources
Resource: AMIF 2016 Modern Edinburgh Film School Edition

Posted on December 6th, 2016 by LUX Scotland



Modern Edinburgh Film School, AMIF 2016 Edition.

Thanks go to Alex Hetherington of Modern Edinburgh Film School for producing a beautiful edition to document AMIF 2016 this year, programmed by Sarah Tripp and Ed Webb-Ingall. We have a series of printed editions available at both our LUX Scotland offices and Tramway, Glasgow. Should you be interested in obtaining a copy, please email us on, or pick up one in the CCA or Tramway foyer this week!

Alternatively, feel free to read the edition online.

Image: AMIF 2016 Modern Edinburgh Film School, credit, Matthew Arthur Williams.

Learning / News / Resources / SUPERLUX
LUX Scotland at GSA Library

Posted on March 29th, 2016 by LUX Scotland

Margaret Tait Stamp

We’re delighted to announce our latest endeavour: LUX Scotland at Glasgow School of Art Library, a dedicated artists’ moving image library. We have been working together, drawing from LUX and LUX Scotland’s expansive relationship with artists’ moving image, and the GSA Library’s facilities to bring you Scotland’s first dedicated library for artists moving image. This resource will enable GSA students and library members to gain access to a world of moving image artworks; from early work emerging from the London film cooperatives that gave birth to LUX, through to contemporary practice in Scotland and beyond. We invite you to explore the relationship between books and moving image, and the rich history of moving image within art.

As well as being open to existing library members, we are pleased to offer a reduced membership fee to all SUPERLUX members at £25 a year (discounted from £40). To become a member, visit the GSA Library with your SUPERLUX membership number. Fill out an External Borrower Membership form and your card will be posted to your home address within 7-10 days.

The LUX Scotland resource is accessed within the GSA Library. Library staff will buzz visitors through the turnstiles or gate at the Library entrance on the corner of Renfrew Street and Scott Street. The resource is on display in the second floor space by the DVD collection, next to a television where you can watch titles. During term-time, GSA Library is open 7 days a week, 8am-10pm Mon-Fri and 8am-6pm Sat-Sun. You can find out more here.

Browse LUX Scotland at GSA Library here.

Click to find out more about becoming a member of SUPERLUX.

Image: Margaret Tait, subjects and sequences, 1960

Events / Learning / News / Resources
New ‘Where I Am’ projects and advice sessions in Inverness-shire, Dundee and Edinburgh

Posted on May 14th, 2015 by LUX Scotland


where i am - compass

This generative tour explores artists’ moving image in Scotland over the past 100 years, and is travelling across six national host venues. The project showcases the rich tradition of artists’ filmmaking in Scotland, and begins a conversation with audiences, venues and artists about what might constitute a distinctly Scottish tradition in both a national and international context.

Each of our six host venues will adapt the programme in response to their own context, by adding a work that they commissioned or is particularly resonant to their area; organising a live event that roots the discussion in their region; or developing a series of talks and readings with their local audiences. As the project progresses, the tour will change and expand beyond the original programme.

Details of the following projects can be found on the dedicated #whereiam2015 platform.


Events / Learning / News / Resources
Event: One-on-One advice session with Sarah Tripp

Posted on January 30th, 2015 by Programme Assistants

Tuesday, February 10th 10:00 to 4:00pm

VRC Meeting Room DCA, 152 Nethergate, Dundee, DD1 4DY

Free, Booking via Eventbrite

Our regular One-on-One advice sessions will be hosted at DCA and led by artist Sarah Tripp, assisted by Luke Collins (LUX Scotland Project Manager). Sarah Tripp is a writer and artist, who teaches on the MFA at Glasgow School of Art. Her works often draw on direct observation and choreograph disparate objects displaying episodic, narrative, and percussive traits. She co-produces an artist-led journal of art writing called Gnommero, and she recently published You are of vital importance (Book Works, 2014), a collection of short stories and vignettes. 

Five one-hour sessions are available on a first-come first-served basis. For further details please consult our FAQs .

Events / Learning / News / Resources
Event: One-on-One advice session with Isla Leaver-Yap

Posted on January 30th, 2015 by LUX Scotland

LUX Scotland office, Trongate 103, Second Floor

Tuesday 3rd February 2015

Free. Book via Eventbrite

Our regular series of One-on-Ones will be hosted in our Glasgow office, and lead by Project Director Isla Leaver-Yap. Five one-hour sessions are available on a first-come first-served basis. For further details please consult our FAQs .

Events / Learning / News / Resources
One-on-One advice session with Benjamin Cook

Posted on November 28th, 2014 by LUX Scotland

Friday 5th December

Stills23 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1BP

Free, Book tickets.

We are pleased to announce the next session in our regular series of One-on-Ones and are delighted that Benjamin Cook, Director of LUX will lead the session.

5 one hour sessions are available on a first come first served basis.

For further details please consult our FAQs .

News / Resources
One-on-one artists’ advice sessions

Posted on September 1st, 2014 by LUX Scotland

Thursday 25th September, LUX Scotland, Trongate 103, Glasgow

*NOTE 3 September 2014: These sessions are now fully booked. Future sessions will be announced on this website in the following weeks*

LUX Scotland is offering a number of free artists’ advice sessions with LUX Director, Benjamin Cook. Sessions are for Scottish and Scotland-based artists working with the moving image who are no longer in full-time education.

These are informal sessions with LUX staff aimed at developing a wide-ranging dialogue around your practice and can involve any or all of the following areas:

  • Looking at and discussing your work
  • Advice on developing your practice and looking at other works that may be interesting in relation to this
  • Advice on exhibition possibilities, appropriate organisations and events to approach
  • Self-promotion advice
  • Funding advice
  • Production advice

Sessions usually last for one hour, you are welcomed to bring work to look at on a USB (although we would advise to not bring too much) plus written material such as practice descriptions. At the end of the session we’ll ask you to fill in a short evaluation form so we can monitor how useful the sessions are.

Places are very limited and can be booked via Eventbrite.



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